FYI: Weekly News Show. Has the Government broken its promises?

Fyi: weekly news show. Has the government broken its promises?

Sky News published this video item, entitled “FYI: Weekly News Show. Has the Government broken its promises?” – below is their description.

The BAFTA Award-winning FYI team find out if the government has broken its promises on reducing coal use to tackle climate change. And we meet an Inclusive Ice-Skating World Champion.

#fyi #coal #climatechange

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